Talking With the Clay: The Art of Pueblo Pottery [Hardcover] [SOLD]


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Stephen Trimble
  • Subject: Native American Pottery
  • Item # C4244N
  • Date Published: Hardback with slip cover, 1987 first edition
  • Size: 116 pages
  • SOLD

Talking with the Clay - The Art of Pueblo Pottery

Stephen Trimble

School of American Research Press, Santa Fe

Hardback with slip cover, 1987 first edition, 116 pages


Contents

Introduction - The People

1. Talking with the Clay: Technique

2. Mountain Villages: Taos and Picuris

3. The Red and the Black: Tewa Pueblos

4. Storytellers and Birds: Middle Rio Grande Pueblos

5. Clay Made from History: Acoma, Laguna, and Zuni

6. The Legacy of Sikyatki: Hopi

Conclusion - One with the Clay: Economics and Tradition


From the Jacket

Galleries and shops across the United States are filled with American Indian art.  Especially popular is the striking pottery handmade by the Pueblo Indians of the Southwest.  Talking with the Clay tells the story of this pottery from the uniquely personal view of the potters themselves.

Stephen Trimble
  • Subject: Native American Pottery
  • Item # C4244N
  • Date Published: Hardback with slip cover, 1987 first edition
  • Size: 116 pages
  • SOLD

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